NDD

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NDDNo Dealing Desk (broker)
NDDNational Dysphagia Diet (swallowing)
NDDNetwork Device Driver
NDDNorton Disk Doctor
NDDNon Linear Data Directed
NDDNon-Destructive Digging
NDDNorton Disk Doctor (Norton Utilities)
NDDNext-Day Delivery
NDDNature Deficit Disorder
NDDNational Direct Dialing
NDDNational Diploma in Design (UK)
NDDNumerical Decision Diagram (computer science)
NDDNarcotics Detection Dog
NDDNational Distribution Division
NDDNetwork Demarcation Device
NDDNational Diploma in Dairying (UK)
NDDNon-Decision Directed (digital communications)
NDDNegotiation-Decision Document
NDDNetwork Design Document
NDDNeurologically Determined Death
NDDNo Designated Driver
NDDNormalized Defect Density
NDDNon-coherent Differential Detection
NDDNon-Linear Data Directed
NDDNon-Decreasing Differences
NDDNext Duty Day
NDDNetwork Descriptive Database (Sprint)
NDDNavigational Data Display
NDDNon-Dimensional Drawing
NDDNon-Dimensional Data
NDDNetwork Detailed Design
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Richard Louv's book 'Last Child in the Wood' coined the term Nature Deficit Disorder.
Nelson, "Combating Nature Deficit Disorder in Winter," Green Living Online, January 29, 2008, 2008, http://greenlivingonline.
Chasey's bill relies on a study, detailed in the recent book Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder.
Louv is careful not to suggest that nature deficit disorder is a verifiable medical condition.
I recently spoke to Director Jarvis to ask him about his ideas of wilderness and his views on the challenges facing "America's best idea": global climate change, nature deficit disorder among younger people, and the distractions of information technology.
While this movement already has a strong foothold in Europe, Discovery is one of many organizations dedicated to spurring the same trend in North America, ignited largely by Richard Louv's Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder.
Our state and national park systems are suffering when they should be thriving and kids are being tagged with Nature Deficit Disorder because of lack of exposure to the outdoors.
You've heard about Nature Deficit Disorder and you're determined that your kids aren't going to spend their time mired inside, pouring their energy into the latest new video game.
Richard Louv, author of the book, Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder, argues that kids are so plugged into television and video games that they've lost their connection to the natural world.
Linda Shockley's interview with Richard Louv, author of the best-selling Last Child in the Woods: Saving our Children from Nature Deficit Disorder, will open your eyes to a destructive but easily remedied cultural malady--a cure GRIT readers live every day.
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